Civil wrong

Civil wrong,

Definition of Civil wrong:

  1. An infringement of a persons rights, such as a tort or breach of contract.

  2. An act comprised of two parts. The first, called a tort, is an act against another person or their property. The second is the breach of the terms of a contract.

How to use Civil wrong in a sentence?

  1. The law of torts, or civil wrongs, is extensive and its boundaries are indistinct.

Meaning of Civil wrong & Civil wrong Definition